1 King's Cross Bridge London, N1

Up to 15 people
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1 King's Cross Bridge London, N1

Up to 13 people
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Platform 1 King's Cross Station Euston Road London, N1C

Up to 10 people
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24 Eversholt Street London, NW1

Up to 20 people
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Up to 7 people
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Focus Point 21 Caledonian Road London, N1

Up to 100 people
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7 Pancras Square London, N1C

Up to 2 people
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Up to 8 people
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221 Pentonville Road London, N1

Up to 5 people
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Euston Road London, NW1

Up to 8 people
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1 King's Cross Bridge London, N1

Up to 2 people
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175-185 Grays Inn Road London, WC1X

Up to 10 people
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1 King's Cross Bridge London, N1

Up to 12 people
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175-185 Grays Inn Road London, WC1X

Up to 12 people
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Up to 78 people
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8 Leeke Street London, WC1X

Up to 60 people
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8 Leeke Street London, WC1X

Up to 28 people
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Euston Road London, NW1

Up to 3 people
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15 Britannia Street London, WC1X

Up to 70 people
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24 Eversholt Street London, NW1

Up to 40 people
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About Kings Cross

King’s Cross is an important transportation hub that helped shape the city’s early economy. The central London district’s name originates from a monument to King George IV that overlooked three major roads — an ancient junction where King’s Cross station stands today.

But the area is quickly transforming into London’s premier tech destination. Startups and corporate giants alike are setting up in office spaces throughout King’s Cross, and the formerly post-industrial neighbourhood is being revitalised alongside this activity.

Today, there are sleek restaurants, low-key breweries, and rooftop bars dotted around the district, along with the new Coal Drops Yard, a shopping and dining destination full of alfresco bars and cafes. Or you can join the lunchtime crowd at Kerb, a pop-up area near Granary Square that features a rotation of popular food trucks.

Still, even as King’s Cross evolves into London’s Silicon Valley, it’ll never lose its roots as a transit hub. The Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City, Northern, Piccadilly, and Victoria lines all stop at King’s Cross St Pancras underground station — making it the biggest interchange in London. It takes about eight minutes to get right into the City of London.

Why is King’s Cross a great place for running your business?

  • It’s an up-and-coming tech hub driven by companies like Google, Facebook, and the Alan Turing Institute, as well as dozens of startups.
  • Investments are pouring into the area to accommodate the tech professional migration, including great options for flexible and serviced office space.
  • The area’s accessibility doesn’t just make getting around London easy — St Pancras International offers service to the Eurostar, Thameslink, and some National Rail routes, while Euston station has London Overground and National Rail service.

Kings Cross Station by the Numbers

Median Office Rate Per Person £850
Median Coworking Desk Rate £425
Flex Floorspace Available (sq. ft.) 39,150
Available Desk Capacity 783

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